Originally written on Fox Soccer  |  Last updated 11/13/14
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Paris St. Germain are front-runners to sign David Beckham for his "final challenge" but there has also been interest from Brazil, China and Russia in the former England midfielder. Beckham, 37, has announced he will leave the Los Angeles Galaxy after next month's MLS Cup and is looking for one last club with which to bring the curtain down on his career. PSG, bankrolled by Qatar, made an offer to the player a year ago and the presence of head coach Carlo Ancelotti and sporting director Leonardo, both of whom Beckham knows from his spells at AC Milan , could prove the clincher. It is understood the French club remains a strong option but there has been interest from all around the world, including wealthy clubs in China, Russia and even Brazil. Beckham's representatives have dismissed claims from Australian clubs however that they are in talks about a move to the A-League. It is understood that such a move, or to New York Red Bulls , remain the least likely options, while chances...
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